Eyes on the “Street”: TapToGo Is Down

(UPDATE: From the comments section, Steve Hymon from The Source writes: We belatedly got a post up at 12:45 today on the blog. For anyone reading, passes can still be purchased at https://secure.taptogo.net. Note the S after the http.!)

Alert reader, and Streetsblog LA Editorial Board Member, Joel Epstein notices that the website TapToGo.net is down and has been “for several days.”

At this point, Metro has yet to publicly acknowledge the troubled transit card’s troubled website. However, with the end of the month coming tomorrow, it might be a good time to reload your card at a machine if your card isn’t automatically reloaded at the start of the month. If TapToGo isn’t back, the lines tomorrow and Friday could be rather long.

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